[Owasp-leaders] Mission statement of OWASP -- question and clarification
tiffany.long at owasp.org
Wed Jan 10 17:28:58 UTC 2018
The rule of thumb I was told to share in 2016 is to try to hit about 70%
directly AppSec related and engage with other discussion on security as you
wish. We clearly cannot cut out other aspects of security and expect to
meet the needs of our community and not all AppSec related information is
nessecarily technical ( I went to a talk about using red team tactics to
convey the importance of you security positions to management for
There is however a growing conversation in the community about the role of
sticking too closely to AppSec and your chapter is focused on meeting the
needs of your community. As Adrian said, we are an agile org.
As to your direct question, there is no way to cut humans and our
psychology out of security, so the Human Factor is relevant.
On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 10:03 AM, Larry Conklin <larry.conklin at owasp.org>
> Todd, nothing in OWASP is define that narrowly. We are a very agile
> organization. Would love to hear more about that subject.
> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 10:38 AM, Todd Dahl <todd.dahl at owasp.org> wrote:
>> After reading our mission statement it appears that there's no room to
>> talk about certain aspects of security. For example Social Engineering.
>> I would really like to touch on the Human Factor of security and possibly
>> bring some presenters to the chapter to talk about it.
>> I am curious to know what the Foundation and other chapter leaders feel
>> about that. Is there any room for the Human Factor of security in OWASP?
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